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Feb 13, 2020 Sibulele Hlongwane
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/71-my-journey-into-buzzword-bingo/ There has been quite a bit of buzz around being a Data Scientist lately, especially in the media. And because Data Science doesn't exist on its own. It is always followed by an influx of more buzzwords such as 4th industrial revolution, AI, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, Digital Disruption, Big Data. And the list goes on and on (Yes. That is a buzzword counter of six). I studied Computer Science and decided to follow a...
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Feb 13, 2020 Natu Lauchande
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/31-machine-learning-engineering-principles-with-python-and-mlflow/ Machine Learning is a very hyped topic of the moment. While a lot of the talks and presentations cover the data science component, very few cover the nity gritty details of a machine learning pipeline. This talk will focus on the engineering part of Machine Learning by covering different Machine Learning systems architecture best practices, strategies including design. We will delve into the...
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Feb 13, 2020 Diana Pholo
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/4-talk-data-to-me-the-art-of-storytelling/ Collecting data is now seen as a very important aspect of business. Many companies therefore invest in solutions such as Business Intelligence tools, spreadsheets and dashboards in an attempt to extract useful information from their data. However, these tools still fail to present what is hidden in the data because they do not bring out their underlying significance. This is where data storytelling comes in. It helps to...
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Feb 13, 2020 Various Speakers
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/friday-lightning-talks/ Room: Ballroom
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Feb 13, 2020 Irina Grechikhina
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/39-sentry-as-a-way-not-to-be-afraid/ Sentry is an open-source error tracking software. It allows you to know exactly what's going on with your web application in real-time and get exact and detailed reports about occurred errors. Lot's of web developers used to rely only on app logs and generic monitoring software, but it's not enough. Multiple production servers, overwhelmed logging, lack of information about request content in case of error hinders problem...
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Feb 13, 2020 Aroma Rodrigues
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/24-detecting-propaganda-in-fake-news-using-natural-language-processing/  Propaganda Detection in Fake News using Natural Language Processing What is the real world basis for this problem? Modern times have modern problems. And in India for the past few years we have seen a spike in mob incited violence and killings as a result of fake news spread through social media, messengers and even at times through legit news channels. Apart from educating the masses to...
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Feb 13, 2020 Paulus M Shituna
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/18-a-gentle-introduction-on-building-an-intelligent-chatbot-in-python/ Chatbots have the potential to save any individual’s time, hassle, and tedium by automating mundane tasks. Today almost every company has a chatbot deployed to engage with the users. Some of the ways in which companies are using chatbots are: Information distribution & customers support. So In this talk, I am going to take you through step-by-step on how to develop a chatbot in python;...
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Feb 13, 2020 Various Speakers
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/thursday-lightning-talks/ Room: Ballroom
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Feb 13, 2020 Naledi Modise and Angela Lai King
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/64-anomaly-detection-using-autoencoders/ Finding anomalous behaviour can be similar to finding a needle in a haystack. This information can be very useful for fraud detection or identifying unusual behavior. Machine Learning techniques such as autoencoders can assist in this process. We will present a jupyter notebook followed by a visualisation which indicates anomalous activity using an open source credit card dataset. The anomalous activity will be compared to...
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Feb 13, 2020 David Sharpe
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/81-introduction-to-the-psssa/ A brief introduction to the Python Software Society of South Africa, why it exists, what it does and what it can do. Room: Ballroom
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Feb 13, 2020 Andrew Collier
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/14-there-will-be-data-scraping-the-web-with-python/ Web scraping is an essential weapon for every Data Scientist to have in their arsenal. Whether you're creating a new dataset from scratch or augmenting an existing dataset, there are reams of data available to be harvested. In this practical talk I'll show how to use CSS to isolate the relevant portions of a web page and then demonstrate how to use BeautifulSoup to retrieve the associated data. Room: Marathon
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Feb 13, 2020 Schalk Heunis
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/60-edge-computing-at-the-edge-of-the-world/ Well, to be more accurate, running a context-aware machine learning based music recommendation system using Python on an embedded processor integrated into a RC remote control on mountains around South Africa. The context is generated by sensors on a 1.2 m home-built slope glider, processed on the plane using Python, running on an even smaller embedded board built into the plane (was also thinking about 'Snakes on a...
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Feb 13, 2020 Ronald Maravanyika
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/55-launching-a-library-api-client-in-total-darkness/ This talk will detail how one can create a python API client with limited resources.It's based on my personal experience of having to create an API client to be used by over a thousand users. The talk accommodates all levels of developers, final year students may also find this talk interesting. We will cover the basics from what is an API client, why we need it, then we will look at common methods of using...
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Feb 13, 2020 Alex Conway
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/75-deep-neural-networks-for-video-applications/ Most CCTV video cameras exist as a sort of time machine for insurance purposes. Deep neural networks make it easy to convert video into actionable data which can be used to trigger real-time anomaly alerts and optimize complex business processes. In addition to commercial applications, deep learning can be used to analyze large amounts of video recorded from the point of view of animals to study complex behavior...
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Feb 13, 2020 Sheena O'Connell
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/23-apache-airflow-umuziorg/ People don't want data - what they really want is insight. Or even better, actionable insight. Now the road from data to insights can be a bit of a beast. Take Airbnb as an example - it started as a scrappy social hack and grew into a large and data-driven company. When they were small so was their data, but as the company and technical architecture grew in scale and complexity leveraging that data became a challenge. It became more...
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Feb 13, 2020 Bernardt Duvenhage
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/65-from-data-science-to-scalable-nlu-and-vision-cloud-service/ The talk will show how (and why) we’ve built our own natural language understanding and machine vision cloud service. The service is used mostly for intelligent dialog agents and the production instances see 5M+ queries a month. The core of the service is built with Python, NumPy, PyTorch, TensorFlow, OpenCV, TorchVision, scikit-learn and SQLAlchemy. We're undertaking to also build a framework...
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Feb 13, 2020 Rory Preddy
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/33-programming-for-accessibility/ My life is a hilarious roller coaster of miss-intended programming bugs because at 4 foot tall and 65 kilograms I completely fall off your radar. Why did my scale call me! Why does facial recognition see me as a child? These are all valid questions I often ask myself as I navigate my weird and different world. Have you heard the phrase “You have to be this tall for Micro-services”? well what about: “You have to be this tall...
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Feb 13, 2020 Gordon Inggs
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/49-making-sense-of-cape-town-using-nlp/ In this talk, I will describe how Natural Language Processing helped the City of Cape Town understand itself better. By doing so, I will hopefully illustrate how Machine Learning can be applied in the context of a large organisation, with pre-existing formal structures. Several months ago, I was asked to help identify City employees who perform "data-intensive" work. After several fruitless keyword searches across...
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/19-managers-diplomats-gaskets-on-being-the-seal-that-holds-teams-together/ “For important negotiations we don’t send telegrams; we send ambassadors.” — Alan Kay The problem with ambassadors is they only speak one language…typically French. But to negotiate between worlds, you need to speak two languages. You need a diplomat - or in mechanical terms, a gasket. This talk is about transmuting wealth between domains of knowledge. Electrical engineering, in...
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/78-radio-astronomy-reduction-pipelines-using-python-and-various-container-technologies/ Modern-era radio interferometry software packages have improved enough to allow astronomers to start to address some of the calibration and imaging issues that are posed by the next generation radio interferometers, particularly the MeerKAT, LOFAR, ASKAP and Square Kilometre Array (SKA). I will present a framework that uses a platform-independent scripting tool called ...
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Feb 13, 2020 Daniel Holmes
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/66-making-sense-of-python-virtual-environment-tools-and-workflows/ One of the challenges developers at any level face is managing their dependencies and development environments. Python is no exception. In the Python ecosystem, there are a number of tools for managing dependencies and environments. However, many of these tools have similar names with slightly differing functions and workflows (e.g: `virtualenv`, `pyenv`, `venv`, `virtualenvwrapper`, `pipenv`, and...
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/44-using-qpython-in-smartphones-as-mobile-computational-laboratory-anywhere-anytime-and-anyhow/ The remarkably continuous penetration of smartphones into Africa and the availability of the free and open source Python programming capabilities as QPython (QP) in smartphones meets the accessibility requirement to make them mobile computational laboratory (MCL). We present here one of our current projects under the Python African Computational Science and Engineering...
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Feb 13, 2020 Luka Sterbic
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/26-why-you-should-care-about-types/ By now you have probably all heard about Python static typing. But why should you care? Are types in Python even Pythonic? SPOILER: Guido says so. Is Python turning into Java? In this talk I’ll try to answer these questions and explain how type annotations helped my team scale, made our code more efficient and new hires happier. We will start with how the typing system in Python came to be, what is the motivation for it and...
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Feb 13, 2020 Whitney Tennant and David Campey
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/56-teaching-kids-to-code-20/ This is a joint talk featuring David Campey and Whitney Tennant In this talk (which is a new and improved version of David Campey's 2018 talk  on teaching kids to code) we'll discuss: - Software and games available to teach kids how to code - Microcontrollers and other fun gadgets - How to get involved if you would like to mentor - Best practices for making sure it's fun and enjoyable for kids Having taught kids how to code in...
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Feb 13, 2020 Keagan Jarvis
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/62-rapsheet-continuous-http-and-dns-monitoring/ Our company runs hundreds of servers with thousands of clients connecting to them every minute. This translates to thousands of HTTP and DNS endpoints that need to be reachable at all times. In order to monitor these channels we developed Rapsheet a monitoring tool that performs continuous testing of all channels against a variety of third party infrastructure providers. Rapsheet uses asyncio libraries such as...
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/25-using-python-to-visualize-and-analyze-ion-beam-experiment-data-at-a-particle-accelerator-facility/ The electrostatic Tandetron accelerator of the Materials Research Department at iThemba LABS is used primarily for conducting research in the field of Ion Beam Analysis. The field comprises of several techniques, one of which is Real Time In-Situ Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry. This technique studies elemental composition and depth profiling during the...
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/30-migrating-to-python-3-using-docker-for-your-cicd-pipeline-even-if-you-cant-use-it-in-production/ When moving from Python 2 to 3, it is hard to make sure that you application will work as planned without having to also worry about your build and deployment pipeline. You may also be in a position where you are unable to run Docker in production. In this talk, I will show you how to use Docker for your CI/CD pipeline and how to approach the move to Python 3 using...
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Feb 13, 2020 Adam Piskorski
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/closing-ceremony/ Room: Ballroom
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Feb 13, 2020 Adam Piskorski
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/opening-ceremony/ Room: Ballroom
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Feb 13, 2020 Jamie Hewland
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/47-production-ready-flask-django-apps-on-kubernetes/ This talk will explain how to host Flask, Django, and other WSGI web applications on Kubernetes, making effective use of the available abstractions. Topics covered will include: - Some of the benefits of running Flask & Django applications as part of a Service-oriented architecture (SOA) on Kubernetes. - How the abstractions Kubernetes provides can be used to replace or integrate with existing well-known...
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Feb 13, 2020 Chetan Khatri
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/7-no-more-struggles-with-apache-spark-pyspark-workloads-in-production/ Spark is a good tool for processing large amounts of data, but there are many pitfalls to avoid in order to build large scale systems in production, This talk will take you through fundamental concepts of Apache Spark for Python Developers. We'll examine some of the data serialization and interoperability issues specifically with Python libraries like Numpy, Pandas which are highly impacting...
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Feb 13, 2020 Kim van Wyk
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/21-automating-infrastructure-at-sa-home-loans-with-python-and-friends/ SA Home Loans develops most of its business software in-house, with 5 agile teams of developers, database specialists and testers. Each team is provided with an isolated virtualised clone of the production environment, comprising more than 20 Windows servers, 5 Linux servers and various databases and supporting infrastructure. A combination of Python, Node.js, bash and Powershell is used to...
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Feb 13, 2020 Matthew French
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/77-principals-of-system-integration/ Getting different IT systems to talk to each other doesn't need to be hard, but we often find ways to make it much more difficult than it needs to be. This talk will discuss some of the common mistakes made when trying to move data between different systems, and ways to avoid them. The focus will be on the most common use case: real time communication in a single direction. The talk will have examples using Python and...
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Feb 13, 2020 Jean-Pierre Voogt
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https://2019.za.pycon.org/talks/83-working-with-data-in-python-for-the-aspiring-data-scientists/ Data Science is the latest data buzzword, but what does this mean for us, the analysts and developers? Well, this is just another opportunity to grow and learn a new skill. The great thing about the era we live in is that information is everywhere, but can be a little overwhelming for someone who is just starting off in a new field or wants to learn a new skill. In this session, we will use Python...
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Jan 30, 2015 Allison Randal
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Any decent textbook on astrophysics starts with a historical prologue running something like this: "Once upon a time, we believed the earth was flat. We were wrong. Once upon a time, we believed the sun rotated around the earth. We were wrong." It's a shame that computer science textbooks don't start the same way: "Once upon a time, we believed that all computer languages would be statically compiled. We were wrong. Once upon a time, we believed that execution would always be...
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Jan 30, 2015 Carel van Gend; Briehan Lombaard
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Astronomy in South Africa has a long and illustrious history. In addition to the premier, 10-m Southern Africa Large Telescope (SALT) , there are a number of small- and medium-sized telescopes hosted at the South African Astronomical Observatory that still produce a great deal of valuable data. We'd like to show how we're using new instruments and the nimbleness of Python to bring seventy-year-old telescopes into the 21st century. Our long-term goal is to have the telescopes and associated...
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Jan 29, 2015 Michael Joseph
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My journey from a user of the awesome cookiecutter, to a core member of an awesome += 1 community. I've learned a lot from the modest and multi-talented @audreyr about leading a community, writing clean cross-platform Python code and putting the B in BFDL. My talk aims to introduce cookiecutter to a wider audience (if you're at a PyCon and you create new projects, you need to use it) and to chart my progress from the outside to the inside of an open source project.
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Jan 29, 2015 Vinod Kurup
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Using RapidSMS to power democracy in Libya. As web developers, we often think of the web as being a ubiquitous resource, available to everyone. The truth is that there are still large groups of people who have either limited or no web access. In addition, there are people who have excellent web access, yet still prefer to use simpler tools to connect to others. How can we reach these groups of people? While not perfectly ubiquitous, SMS technology is much more widespread, especially in areas...
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Jan 29, 2015 Jeremy Thurgood
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Automated tests are an important part of any software project, but they're often hard to work with. Good test code should be written with its own set of priorities and is sufficiently different from non-test code that many standard programming practices are unsuitable. I have spent many years writing (and reading) tests of varying quality and have learned quite a lot from the experience. I hope to share some of that experience and help to remove some of the pain usually associated with writing...
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Computer and computer based activities have pervaded our teaching/learning process as well as research so much so that the 21st century academic activities in science and engineering (S & E) cannot be fully engaged without some level of computation. An important choice of a programming language especially in a developing country is the ease to learn it and its accessibility. Python's unique features and the possibility that any user connected to the internet can download the entire packages...
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Jan 29, 2015 Nickolas Grigoriadis
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We all know writing documentation is an arduous exercise. We all know how useless and frustrating out-of-date or just plain incorrect documentation is. In this talk I'd like to demonstrate how Python can help make writing documentation, keeping it up-to-date and verifying its validity. It can be surprising what happens when other people discover your little-but-well-documented API. Python has several built-in concepts and standard tools to help making this easier, such as docstrings, help(),...
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Jan 28, 2015 Adam Jorgensen
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Python is great language for developing software that works well in a short time-span. The ability to produce code quickly that is of a reasonable quality is very important in a work environment where productivity is of extreme importance. It would thus seem to be very well suited for usage in a start-up environment. Is this really the case though? Here at Springlab we've been using Python to develop our product, an online platform for locating and booking with medical practitioners, since day...
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Jan 28, 2015 Richard Spiers
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Twisted is an open source framework for writing network based services. It utilises an asynchronous, event driven model which allows the rapid development of custom network protocols. While Twisted makes implementing network services much easier, it comes with its own set of challenges. One of these challenges involves tracking the context of multiple requests. In a traditional web server the thread ID could be used to track a particular request and modify log entries appropriately. However,...
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Jan 28, 2015 Stefano Rivera
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This talk is aimed at people who maintain Python libraries and also users of Debian packaged libraries. (Wherever I say Debian in this abstract, it applies to Ubuntu too). The talk should explain a bit about how and why libraries are packaged in Debian, and how to help maintain (or contribute) packages you care about. We'll cover a bit of history of the Python stacks in Debian and how packaged modules are provided, and who does the work. For context, we'll take a quick detour into Debian...
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Jan 28, 2015 Ridhwana Khan
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Graduating from a 90% male computer science class, to an initially 100% male software development team, finally allowed me to realise that there is a dire lack of women in the computer science field. Entering this industry in a minority invokes initial feelings of the need to constantly prove oneself and one's capabilities – normally this puts one at an immediate disadvantage. However, given the correct circumstances, surrounding environments and attitudes, these adverse feelings can quickly...
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Jan 27, 2015 Martin Pretorius
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Having pushed Ruby to the limits of what it can accomplish in terms of number crunching and data analysis, we looked around for another solution in the data analysis and modelling space. We quickly found that with packages and tools like Numpy, Pandas, the iPython Notebook and new packages like Blaze, Python looked to be a good language fit. Porting a large existing codebase and accompanying infrastructure from a Ruby to Python ecosystem simply wasn't an option, so we had to do something clever...
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Jan 27, 2015 Adrianna Pińska
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Regular expressions are a mini-language used for pattern-matching in text. They have been a staple of the computing world for decades: they are implemented in most programming languages, form the core of several utilities, and can be found lurking in the search-and-replace functionality of any sufficiently advanced text editor. Despite their usefulness, regular expressions have developed a reputation for complexity and a steep learning curve. New programmers are often warned to steer clear of...
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One of the ways that changes enter the Python language is via their prior discussion on the python-ideas mailing list. Many core contributors read and contribute to this list, some do not, and a large number of other interested Python programmers also participate in the discussion. A recurring element of these fascinating discussions is that ideas which seem compelling at first blush, upon deeper discussion reveal the greater wisdom of doing things just the way Python already does. Not always,...
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Jan 26, 2015 Simon Cross
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PyConZA 2014 closing remarks.
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Oct 29, 2013 Simon de Haan
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Simon de Haan's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 28, 2013 Simon de Haan
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Oct 28, 2013 Kevin Colville, Andrew Gill
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Oct 28, 2013 Zafack Takadong
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Oct 28, 2013 Maciej Fijałkowski
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Oct 28, 2013 Sett Wai
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Oct 28, 2013 David Fraser
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Oct 28, 2013 Armin Rigo
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Oct 27, 2013 Adrianna Pińska
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Oct 27, 2013 Kisitu Augustine
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Oct 26, 2013 Matt Hampton
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Matt Hampton's talk at PyConZA 2013
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PyConZA
Oct 26, 2013 Matt Hampton
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Matt Hampton's talk at PyConZA 2013
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PyConZA
Oct 26, 2013 Multiple people
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Multiple people's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 26, 2013 Stefano Rivera
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Stefano Rivera's talk at PyConZA 2013
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PyConZA
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Petrus Theron's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 25, 2013 Richard Larkin
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Richard Larkin's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 24, 2013 Mike Jones
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Mike Jones's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 24, 2013 Larry Hastings
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Larry Hastings's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 24, 2013 Stefan van der Walt
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Stefan van der Walt's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 24, 2013 Michael Joseph
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Michael Joseph's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 23, 2013
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Simon Ratcliffe's talk at PyConZA 2013
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Oct 22, 2013
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PyConZA 2013 Opening Ceremony by Simon Cross
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PyConZA
Oct 7, 2012 Gustav Praekelt
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PyConZA by the Numbers: Gustav Praekelt's lightning talk at the opening of PyConZA 2012.
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Apr 24, 2011 Simon Cross
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A video of all the activity in team Skaapsteker's Mercurial repository during the course of PyWeek 12. Created using the Gource repository visualization tool.
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